|As the non-tourist season settles in to sleepy old Anacortes, the excuse to get people out on the town known as Taste of Anacortes is afoot again and I couldn't be happier. Last year, I attended 2 Tastes and thoroughly enjoyed them both. (Read about them here and here).
This year, I hope to attend each month's Taste. Good food in small portions ain't something to be scoffed at. If anyone is going to be around Anacortes during one and is looking for a date, I'm totally free.
For those content hungry*, I present you the menu for this latest Taste, at least for the Knife Route, which I took.
Flounder Bay Cafe: Prime rib with mashed potatoes, and wine if you so desired (two out of the two times our route has included Flounder Bay, it has been the best stop on the route.)
Il Posto: Bruscetta topped with a chicken meatball sauce. It was pretty good but the atmosphere in that place is about 8 degrees too fancy for me.
Randy's Pier 61: Crab pot which is a cheesy, creamy crab dip served with festively colored tortilla chips.
Rockfish Grill: Shrimp salad, which we would have enjoyed way more had we done it as the first stop. The big bonus at the "Rocker" was the Spoonshine Duo was playing. Good times.
Johnny Picasso's: Carmel drizzled, pumpkin, cream-cheese cake with coffee. I've been wanting an excuse to go in there for the past couple years and I'm glad I finally got the chance. The owner is super nice and, if that cake was any indication, the desserts are out of this world.
|Thursday November 29 2007||File under: Anacortes, food|
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|on Thu 29th Nov, 2007 03:53 pm PST Saxtor said: |
Is "No Spoon Route in November" the new name for The Dish? I've never visited that restaurant...
on Thu 29th Nov, 2007 06:21 pm PST kate said:
I'm coming to town! I'll be there tomorrow, in fact.
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